People Want Cardi B to Acknowledge She Didn’t Invent 'Okurr'
The rapper is trying to trademark the word, but its complicated history touches drag culture, ballroom, and the Kardashians.
Scammers Are Filing Fake Trademarks to Steal High-Value Instagram Accounts
Scammers don't only hack Instagram accounts. Sometimes they just provide Instagram with some paperwork.
DJ Khaled Might Be Trying to Trademark His Son's Name
Becoming the legal owner of the word "Asahd": major key alert!
The Great Meme War II: Amid Lawsuit Threats, the Alt-Right Says Pepe Belongs to Them
The alt-right promises to fight for the right to shitpost.
All the Dumb Shit Gene Simmons Has Tried to Trademark
The devil horns was just the tip of the iceberg compared to "Nude Car Wash," “International Fight Club,” and "?enis."
Supreme Court says offensive trademarks are free speech
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Gene Simmons Is Trying to Trademark the Devil Horns Hand Thing
Give me strength.
Why Intel Couldn’t Trademark Numbers Anymore
Intel’s processor business was massive, but a lengthy legal battle with a former business partner exposed a major flaw in its CPU designs—a trademark flaw.
This Chain Owns the Taco Tuesday Trademark, and It's Not Afraid to Sue You
Watch that #TacoTuesday hashtag, because Taco John’s is probably typing up a cease-and-desist letter right now.
World's Least Cool Feud: Coachella Sues Urban Outfitters to Protect Its Brand
The annual music festival known for its controversial headwear alleges the clothing company is tarnishing its "unquestionable fame."
Why In-N-Out Burger Is Suing a Dry Cleaning Business in Kansas
The Irvine, California-based chain was alerted to the copycat logo by disappointed customers who allegedly thought that one of its restaurants was opening in Kansas.
Kylie Minogue Beat Kylie Jenner in a Legal Battle Over Trademarking "Kylie"
Minogue's legal papers call Jenner a "secondary reality television personality." Damn.